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STATE OF NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

STATE O NEKW ZEALAND. The complication of misfortunes which have almost overwhelmed this colony, were very pointedly referred to in a despatch from Governor Fitzroy to Lord Stanley, which has just been made public, although written upwarFs of cighteen months ago. Governor Fitzroy appears to be deserving of credit, as well for the utmost purity of intention, as for the clearness of his opinions, in antici pating and deducing from primary causes, the unfortunate course of events which have marked the last few months. 'The following is the despatch referred to; but the secret information contained in -it is neces sarily garbled : Government House. Auckland, Sept. 16, 1845. My Lord-The state of this colony is unprecedented and most critical; but I trust that the blessing of God on our utmost exertions in' so good a cause Swill enable us to surmonnl.t every dilli culty, however threatening. Wne have no money, except the paper currecy reported in my despatch of the 15th April last. The ri...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

MELBOURNE POLICE COUR/'1. LIBEL, Mir Aldrman Kerr appeared to answer a charge preferred ugaiast him, ·ifor the publicntion of a libel iri.tlie Melhbuine Courier, of the 22da ult l by $?r Michlu6l I'samarn, tailor and draper, residing in Qieen streel. The information having beqen read which impultil is libellos asa paragruaph referitig to the nasault. comntilted by the co.atiluiniafit on the defendaint ,io the dayiof nomi nilion of chii dida tes for the 'inte district. errtion, in v hichttht conlplainant Was spoken of as"'an emaiin cipated coivi't from Sydney, w ho n~ui rowly escaped ?the g? allows in tlhe milother tcohtlry," the defendant pleaded tinbt guilty." Mr 'S`yiniay Stephlen, who appear;d for the'-comphl i mntim ;iitllhe a lledL thte follinrwing witnesses.; a Michael M? Nmira, who deposped o.0 the trutho of his, former .nlliunvit?, in which" he sworae that the allcged' li Il!otis parigraph wrs plulish'e I'i the Ml elhI oIlii Courierr iofh 22h 2 ud . u t., nd ithathim;'b'elie...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WRONGS OF VAN DIEMENS' LAND [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

R'ONGS OF. VAN DIE.MENS1 LAND There is. perhaps not one of the British, colonies that has not some -:cause of complaint arising from the .system of management adopted by :the home government, through the medium of the colonial office, but of all the colonies, we know of none which is more cruelly oppressed than Van Diemen's Land. The following petition, adopted in Launoeston, points out some of their grievances in a very forcible (though neither • very decent nor dignified) language : To the Honorable the Commons of Great Britain arnd Ireland in Parliament Assembled. This Petition of Landholders, Mer chants, and others, Colonists of the Island of Van Diemen's Land, praying for a reduction in the Duty on Grain imported Sinto Great Britain' from this Colony.. :~unibly Sheweth : - .. That a large proportion of your p 5etitioners are engaged in agriculture, Sind its pursuit in this island furnishes employment to nearly two.thirds of the iilnhabitants. Among the free population, prisoner...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

,VAN 'Dl[EMEN'S LAND, - ?The low price of the tenders for from 20,000 to 30,000 hbushel of. whenat lIn vitrd by thie Co?nimisariat on Mlond ay Jlasti tlItblsihes "the Tfact thait theie is evei no secarcity of til:at coi;tinity it this colony:; ~tabout 1i50,?qO bushels Iwere ,rendered annti a par.cty~,ho is fully aware of the quanttry on hand, aeserts tlili-ho\l'fid'P iso io~ 00,di000bilsdelr'hot i riinered ";;-- lie qu it?at ,' ade p eht? wis 28,000:hushelsat.uf rom :7s Id.to. 7i lid per 1001bs,, about romu 4s 3d' io:~ 9d. per tbeiiel; the tender o( M rs. Wilia ms Campbell *& Co. for 14,(I01) bushels at 49 3d and one fronm l. r Charles Reid for 8,000 bushels at 4s Sd were accepted, A quantity of wheat, beloning to trus.t er'ates was tendertd at eomethiiig iniler is. which being refRsed wall now probanly bte sold for 3. . The 'WVilliam brlngsadown, on fre ghti, 5 ions of ration flour for sale. l'lie price of whldat in thle market hs suiffered a dhpressibinconsequentuon the, l...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

... .. ?October 6. 1845. M?ONI'HLY CATALOGUE of ROOKS onl SALE at the Geelong Stationery Warehloise : 2 Enc?elorcedia Briitnnica, latest edition, (1?11'-) .42 half volumes, boards, corn plete SL;andscape Annual, by Rosene, 10 vols • Wilon's French and ~Elrglishl Dictionary, 1 vol,1324 psges 5 Laveaux's French 'Dictionary, 2 vols 4to I 6 Elme's a.nd Shcplherd's Series or Views in .'London ' 8 Norie's Searnern' Assistant 9 'reatise on Iultd Srlrveyinrg 10 Mllna's Elemenntary Treadise on Astra nomy 11 Meansrring Tables 1 Atr:oloEiral 'robles 13 Stephien inuts's Arcliitecitnre of Bridges I 14 Complete Guide to ihe Art of Shorthand I L tudlam's Rrtdiments of Matheinattcs 1I Pitt's Trandatioirr of Virgil 17 'Bain on Ihe Varialion of rithe Compass 18 *l'owndrow'sGuide to Stenograpily 19 Partington's Histoiical and Descriptive Account of the Stnam Enuine. 20 Scott's MReclhanic's Magazine 21 lManchester D)irectory 23 Fergtrsrnr's Lectures on Mechanies, &c. 24 Liltary of Useful Knrowl...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

So'Tii AUsirRALIA.-- Thotigh the inlelligr~nde of the appoiitment, of hin Excelency Captain Grey to the Go vernment of New Zealand, in the room of Captain Fitzroy, had not ?reached Adelaide; it had- transpired: that inti; mation of .the intention of the Hlome Government to mirke auch a transler iof his abeivices bridl been received by Capta~in Grey, o 'long 'ago as on the arriv?l of H.M.' S. Racehorse. Tlhe Adelaide :newspapers generaly, seems to rejoice in the ·ery high coniplinenilt wh:ch is paid to the (Governor of Sotuth Au'tralia in his selhcton to a g~Lveril entni of so rtiIch dtlli:tjlty, tibi to regret the:loss of his aervices t tthteir o vn: colony. Various rurtniurs were afl.at nas to w h, was to be G vernor G-rey's 1scceb(r; sorne ?s ... wVoultl be a, iMr [-ltti, but wh'ethier Ai, p1: seti~ Gov; nor ol the I t v) Colony, or hl Is rother (the hdin. tiid, her for Galeshead), we- not known : bthera supposed- it would L.e Mr Em merson:'l"etnntI the t rhenzttr fol- B1e. ,sil)N...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLONIAL SELF GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

COLONI l., SlLF GUVIrIS M1E!JT. .... n ' {f. the . o ri',t To,-. otpr.'o). . . In thle New Zealtind debate in thd Hlouse of Comuious, on thli 18tli Juno, Mir HI-awes conbiluded lii speech with the following jiiust re ntarks . 1Tlhat w~ns tle remedy tihcy •pri posed(ifor thii prisent stlti oaf things TIhey pioposed to send out" a oi new Governor, dhflettered withl instruc tions. HLe did not think that wouldi do. iH-I. did nbt l nbini to dbhb to l it ii ability of Ciptain Grey; but hle .wai of opinioni tiat the responsli'lo ltiettc ofsucih a governorshii requiiretl.d th nappointment of a iit n of a !iiglier position. -LHowevr; ift they s-olt air angel,in any wivay undtler the conitrol fI the Coloniallollie, ohle woul?d riot sdbc ed in renitdyitigt thie con fusion Ilthat, oxistecdl . if theliy ggad municipal institutions anud a.'cpro seitalivec legislatutic, anl e'.tilablished local indeplendence of Governinlit; they iWould-tdkoe the oc6iurrse w hidl w:ouhl en.trtr thlie prosperity olf...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A COUNTRY QUARTER SESSIONS OF THE OLDEN TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

A COUNTRY QUARLTER SESSIONS OF TI?t OLDEN TIME. Three;or four parrnos full of October; Three or four squires between drunk and sober; Three or four lawyers; three or four liars; Three or four constables ; three or four criers y Three or four parishes bringing appeals; Three or tour writings and three or four seals; Three or four statutes misunderstood; Three or four paupers praying for food : Three or four roads that never were mended; Three or four scolds, and the sesslons is ended,. Tni LATR JA?fsi SusTIr.-Having met at a dinner party the late Air Strachan, the kinl's printer, then Muflering from gout and old nge, thluglh his intellectual faculties reoinuoed unlmti paired, lie sent hinm next morninlg the followiing Jeu d'esprt : " Your lower limbs seemed far from stout, When last I sawyou walk; Tie cause I presently found out, When you began to talk. The power that plops the body's length In due proportion spread, In you mounts upwards, and the streigtlt All settles inl the heaud/...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

£hi'pving 9nttlliffence, SGEELON G. ARItIVED. * Ilnber 6..-B czer. schionner, 7m tnns, Miller ?hlecr. Ifri lI-blnst TiTwnl. Psseigers-bMiss Jncelyn, MeNlers Kant nin WeVeit. (n.ign-I0o,000 vuet anWn limber, 10.001) shiiler, .1000 lillits, ?OO, -101i1J. l I1-shels not. 12 pails cart bioxes. IOctobrr 2fs.-Ssli, ton, Olip,. litney, master, from' Mellburl, tI. o-lad with wool. OcitlierSn- Mary, citlter, ronit Melbo urue, withi' .n generid cargo. 'Octoler 27.-Lilias. schonnoir. S9 Ions, Smith, m.inter, for inolnlt ''Tonn. CiigRO-200 sheep, 3 kLkattllutw, 11 ttllb bttter, 3 boxes alpurel. CLEAReD OtiT. Sortilhr 00.-Breeze, schooner, ?2 toisll Miller, stlater, for llubttt Towln.. Cargo-130 slhecp.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GODOLPHIN ARABIAN; OR THE HISTORY OF A THOROUGH BRED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

' THE GobiLPIHiN ARABIAN; OR, THE HISTORY OF A THOROUGH BRED. -This is -a work, in a, new line, by the celebrated Eugene Sue; a neat and very cheap transl.ation of which has been published by Chapman and Elcoate. T'h versatil6 author has miade 'the history of an Arabian, picked up in the streets of Paris, in the last stages of starvation and overwork, both amusing and instruc tive. All the admirers of horses ill sporting men -all pors6ns who perceive the great importance of keeping . up " THEB BREED" Of that most useful animal, will read this work with delight. We cannot go into the story, but the moral of it is to be found in the conaluding paragraph-. " Once more we. see what mar vellous results 'the English have attained hy. the: scruloufo6s attention wiitW h'iih thly~ hav .preserved'dpur6o hnd;, 'i the on oly reg'neriativei means' the iich and 'fortile source of £he blood of the Darley Arabian, and tile Godolphin Arabian, which (we can not too often repeat) rcpresent the prototy...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BILL To prevent the travelling of Sheep or Lambs intectedwith Scab, on public roads and throughfares, and for other purposes. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

A o BLL To prevent the travi~liiig of Sheep or Irnmbs inrTected with Scab; on'public Jroads and' thoroughfatros, and -for : iother purpose'.; - * - . "Wher.eas it is expedient to prevent sheep or Inrmbs infected with the scabl from hoini driven on public:roads, dur ig' the ,month of February : Be? it en. artd ,by his. Excellency the Governor ofi New South Wales, with tie iadvice 'n'nd conseni of 'th Le gislative Council ithereof, That no persoon; .halitdrive or permit or'huffer tu be. driven :or'con ducted, any sheep or lambs infected iwitl scab, upon any public road or .wy, used as a public way for,the driving of 'siteeq ( from..one part of thei colony to ?uthe'r, durinu thie month of 'Febiuary in each year, or at any other time; anything in any other Act to the con trary no wilthstatndin.r II. :Andb h it en5cted,. That all pen alties now in Io ce ojr iturninig out, keepin;-, de pastu ring; d ivig,.,onduct ingi or permittigg .or iufferiing:;to be turnedilut, kept, dlepasturted, dri...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17. The Ordinary Revenue—us Appropriation. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

LEGSLA.4TIVE COUNCIL. FIDI|}AY; OC1oBI-:lt 17.': Tht, OrliI';ary itLevene-its Appr6priation. Mr Wentworth, in pursnance; of Dnoticei rose to niove;for leaio.tohbring in ;a bill to .repeal iso rmu?h of all local ordinanclces:now ine-xiistence 'as assu zme:Io, inve.s:te?tlpi ipripiaition' of the ordlinary revenuei;elsei~ihdr:than in the Legisld.ivCouni:il - . Mr Cowvperd rseLonded telie im?tibon.ik· S'eh Coonial leiicrtary s.aidd, that lie blad inb, Wi·i hi to giive;rist?'l oany discussion aitliajsist;ge iof?hli pro0: posed -Abi i!, -rtbu't !i oe'. wishel :il it i b?h' distinctl!y urifstoodidlthat ihedlidi; ndnot concuriin tlihepropriety o f irntrodciing ?uchl-at, meagsre; ind ilso0to f:intiiiie t;hIa t,:lie n!ighli t feel ~i ihis ilduty ,:to appose - i itevery i?s g-',te-i ."-'.-i & , '1'he; q ues ion ,wasirp til. arnid leare was .grantedt·o,?bring. iatlie 'iilla ,Mr W-dnitworth-,,'in.,ptirnsuidnce of notice, moved ifdor-:leave tol b??irinigi:ith a. billfto repeailan A'ctitit...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

:. : ; SYDNEY; MARKETS. WHE AT-We have scarcely received .ayyIfrom .the country during the week and the prices may be nomunally quo tdeat 45 16d per bushel. 'lhed Gazellb h'ki briughit' from 4000 to 5000 bushels fron Launceston, which the consignee has stored for a higher price tlan ihas y.et been offlered. Fourteen loatdsa of w.leat lhuVe paid dues at the corn mar ket, and realised from 4s d1 :to 4 : I Iuer bbushel. 'Ihe average price of the wvhole" fourteeld loadi'was 4s 4d: per bushel. . FILou .-Thi article remains ste ady at £12 per 2000 lbs, cs, . sh he e:nireitock is inow in the hands of the m iers, and they are noi likely to reductithe price unlil- harvest. Mulzg.-Four-loads have paid dues at the corn marker, and were sold. at from 38. to 3s. 2d: per bushel. The reti pri i Ss. G6l. MAITLAND MA?Il~Trs.-It isgratifying to ?-??bhlel to report that the:dulilness of the winter season is now nearly over, anda hitbusiness s ibeginning to re vive oti the approaclh iifthewiol season; ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

SYDNEY. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.. TiIRoUGHOUT the. weelk'iheo greatest dulinesa lhns-prevailhd in ali'ihe rnark'ts. 'Not (alerof the 18os& imtp rticleshas token plc ce epli t he. imrnportatib ir ofi sngar" ex Montfori, iv?iclv itc is :ieaidl sold fdr less ithan~ 2I per tion, which is a decline pon previous rates.. In other article? no alteration in prices can. be qcdjted.

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREAT FIRE AT QUEBEC,—TWO THOUSAND HOUSES DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

GREAT FIRE AT QUEBEC,-=T1VO THI-IOUSAND HOUSES DESTROYED, (Firom the Euiopean Times.) A rinitdestructive fire took place at Quebec? where; it?seemse, 2000 hIouses Ihve- beien destroyed; and 12,000 Sp.i.r0olsr eni;dered hotspeletss The fire 4cumeneced shiortly befire mid.daev on te8~i bol"' a'" Vlly, In a tanfnry~ in ,St. Wliae'sitreet. T e T!lday; waqs emarkaibly,.warmeand the heat and dry ness of the few ;days pr;?,?' hlarl'irenldered the roots of the *' :bi:dlins in the neighbhourhood, and .tnose- nmre-remotp,--highly susceptible of igrltltn. 'lhe adjoinitg. and opposite d<tiwlings were sooh in volved, uiid in an incqceivahle Fhort space ot tiite t"he· burning flake., carried afar'bhy: lithe then .risingi wind, had * iitied. some;bulldings li':tlie - neiglh= bourhiood of0 thus1t't' Rohei'" C'urcl-- a eots deraifle?dtse from tnhe outlireak .,The wind.gra'duahl y Fr shened from the iiwet, wit!r' a coming stor.m, and ItI . \\,as siunvident that a.illuiuman endea vonir. to'...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

1sT of unclaimed Let ters in the Geelong Post-Olice, .Oct. 24, 1845. Armtace Mr Logan Geotge A braliai William ·;Lawsoit WVilliamn A rehidall ' 3& H l ":Lln.gedwood.M/r A nderson R!, it e L y?1 i,. liarles HI Alderstis ?i IV Lo'lib'Thj iia :A llardyce CR L•- H Is L vn ry Ablinit IVillium I M' KinnoiiJ olib Aslnoirllir MI K.lllarn:JI -hn Adeny WV , M,'rriray Mirlidel Aclhr Jolin- . Mortol Friancis Altkinson -liaitland ? iniknjWP ; Andeisol 'l'lhomnas.. iii '.tlVilliam 1lniden Sirs .- - .atws IIC UBarliy James'"? "Mackennarech Mr Borihwit:k'Robert T''Laiglian William BtllChailes E1 g'° ~"id^D:- na ?l • : Bl!.tinfield Jousephs sine tarnayvJolin Bell Robert .tiller Pelt·e Burge;S George .-':- Wirther Ehenezer' Bennel ,' : lu'M id H L Brown Thominas nl ulvilill Patiick Beswik-- nM'LTedd J N Beard \William an . . [Byrne.Pat S . SIlrtc'k Robewrt ostlock BER ' PbrlbSoin Dogald Be nnt Francls . Alpine Peter I Bohlanat "lomis I ,.M. Fie A'lexanilder Black Nail, S Ni oll DUinald: B]eil...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CORN PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

THE CORN PETITION. . AT the first meeting held for pe titioning the Home Governmentfor a reduction in the duty, on AMs-. tralian grain, a difference of opinion arose as to the propriety of intro ducing into the petition debateable matter respecting the concession of the desired privilege to Canada one party contending that such allusionis"ere neither mistimed nor misplaced, and that they afforded the strongest and most convincing arguments in favour of the petition: while others contended that our cause should, stand upon its own merits: that we should merely make a truthful and concise statement of our position, and a firm yet respectL ful appeal to the justice of her Ma jesty's Government and the Im perial Parliament., The holders of the first mentioned opinions pro posed the adoption of- the petition drawn up:by Mr Lowe, but thiswas negatived by the meeting ;'iant ais the opposile party had not any draft of - petition -prepared, the whole matter was,referred to a coinm mit tee, a...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPROVEMENT OF THE HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

IE1PflOVEMENT OF TAHE A RBOURl. WE give below an extiract from: the report made by Mir Skeneobn' the: omnlgetiion' 'f hliis surve ofi ha i:,r. T'.'he charts and otherydocu menfs have been taken to Hobari o:Pwivl by; Mr Degraves, where hed i tend to make a model of thelbar, vith itsvarious channels, 'and then to liy: down the projected works, by 'means ofr Which the' channel is :o bii opened and 'kept. clear.' ihe model, thus: completed, will .most probably be transmitted, along with .uitable miemoriails, to His Excel. leney the Governor. If perseverance deserves' success/'the inhabitants ~of Geelong will not fail in th(is matter to obtain an early tr;iinihpgh:j :Tlho greatest depth of water that could ho carried over the bar ati ebb tidle was cighti feet,'tlhe soandings ieing on a haril'crust of roug, s'aid 'and broken shells; thliis. crust isson an average about one foot in thlick! liess, resting on a bank of'soft. mud fioe feet deep, whero tihe further pro g'rss'. of the sounding-...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONDON WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

LONDON WOOL MARKET. The approaching 'July Sales of colonial wool were looked forward to wiih much interest in London. The following is an extract from a letter dated 17th June, received in Geelong ; During the Sales, and subsequently to their close, 10,000 bales have ar rived ; these, with the additional car goes of vessels known to have sailed will make the next declaralion very heavy, and possibly create some tern porary reaction in prices -judiciou conduct, however, on the part of Consignees, will ensure satisfuacory results for shippers. Tallow is in better demand, very fine £40 9s to £41 ; fine £39 to £40 6s. Bark £0 15s to £10 10s. Shank Bones £7 10_ to £9 2s 6d per ton. SHY. RI. BAGSTER. ,,The. Sittings of the Court of Re quests will be held on Monday next, the 3rd November, not.Wednesday, as was erroneously stated in some of our former numbers. MORE OUTRAGES BY THE BLACKS. -It. will -be recollected- that about three months, ago, a child of, two years ,of age was lost from rF...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MORE IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Squatters' Advocate — 29 October 1845

MORE IMMIGRATION. S.Notwi hithstiding -:the' sxccessfd?l efforts of the Immigration Committee, the supply:;pf labor introduced by. them appears'to be totally inadequate to the wants of the district,-the ar rival ofr two' htundred men in one w6eek lia'ifig bhen immediately ' b sorbed, so that men are not now to be had, even at an advance'on. previous woges. It is proposed by some, that the Immigration Committee should make a second call" upon the sub. scribers, if, it bei found impossible to, rouse those, who did not respond to the first.' It is true that an exile ship is daily expected but recent events have r end qrd e it di ubtfuil where they. will be landed.i Dr. Hampton votes for; ' .Geelong," 'Mr La:Trobe for * Portland," while the Home Govern ment -say " PortPhillip," which of course means " Melbourne." In our iumble opinion, a General MeetinYg of the Immigration, Association shodld be held, as soon as the members can have leisure to attend, by which means they might be enable...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Squatters' Advocate
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